A Complaint is not Necessary for Prosecuting for the Viloence in the Emergency
Patient A hurted Physician B with his hands, because he was unpatient with waiting in the emergency. His conducts were complied with the elements of Offenses Obstructing the Medical Treatment in paragraph 106 Medical Care Law, which is jus singulare for Offenses of Causing Bodily Harm in paragraph 277 Criminal Law. A Complaint is no necessary for prosecuting for the Offenses Obstructing the Medical Treatment. Even though Physician B didn’t complain about it, Patient A might be prosecuted because of his conducts.